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Work 00099 abstraction (cyan, blue, orange, red)

Work 00099 abstraction (cyan, blue, orange, red) published on No Comments on Work 00099 abstraction (cyan, blue, orange, red)
See http://s.earthbound.io/2y for original, print and usage ~ The swirling strokes in this were achieved with the liquid ink bristlecone preset in Corel Painter 2016 ~ A hoity-toity robot talks about this at http://s.earthbound.io/artgib
Work 00099 abstraction (cyan, blue, orange, red)

The swirling strokes in this were achieved with the liquid ink pine preset in Corel Painter 2016. Tap or click image for ~2K resolution, free for personal use. Here's a link to prints and merchandise available at pixels.com, and another link to prints available at ImageKind at up to ~ 35" x 56".

The following variant and resource images which I made along the way, I release into the Public Domain:

Variant via the Filter Forge "side to side" filter by Skybase:

An alpha resource via the Filter Forge Terrain Hightfield Generator by LigH; I used this (and variants of it) as a transparency channel in filter layers to make uneven interesting application of filters:

Abstraction (work 00014), book cover for short story "DOCILE AS A LAMB"

Abstraction (work 00014), book cover for short story "DOCILE AS A LAMB" published on 1 Comment on Abstraction (work 00014), book cover for short story "DOCILE AS A LAMB"
See http://s.earthbound.io/2j for original, print and usage. ~ I used #3DSMax and #SoulburnScripts to randomly scatter and rotate brush-stroke textured tiles, then worked up the resulting render further in #CorelPainter and #Photoshop. ~ A hoity-toity robot talks about this at http://s.earthbound.io/artgib
Abstraction (Work 00014)

Two variant works with color hue-shifted in Lab color mode (it produces more human-perceptual-friendly color changes than the brute math of RGB):

See http://s.earthbound.io/2h for original, print and usage. ~ I used #3DSMax and #SoulburnScripts to randomly scatter and rotate brush-stroke textured tiles, then worked up the resulting render further in #CorelPainter and #Photoshop. ~ A hoity-toity robot talks about this at http://s.earthbound.io/artgib
Abstraction (Work 00014 color variant 2 faded lavendar)
See http://s.earthbound.io/2i for original, print and usage. ~ I used #3DSMax and #SoulburnScripts to randomly scatter and rotate brush-stroke textured tiles, then worked up the resulting render further in #CorelPainter and #Photoshop. ~ A hoity-toity robot talks about this at http://s.earthbound.io/artgib
Abstraction (Work 00014 color variant 3 slightly desaturated magenta)

Click the images to open larger ones, free for personal use. This was formerly entitled Abstraction 00021. And last and least . . .

See http://s.earthbound.io/2k for original, print and usage. I dedicate this work to the Public Domain. You can use it for your own scary, trite book cover without restriction. ~ A hoity-toity robot talks about this at http://s.earthbound.io/artgib
DOCILE AS A LAMB book cover

Who was it that asked for a painting of an ionic column embedded with a cleaver, flowing with blood like a sacrificial altar? Oh. Well, here it is anyway. This is for my soon-to-be-published (eBook via smashwords) short story of that title, which story is the most seriously deeply disturbed thing I have ever and may ever, uh, written. If somebody actually wanted a print of this, though, I might be disappointed. I don't know why I would put that on my wall. Print not available.*

But isn't that other one a nice, bright, colorful, pretty, abstract painting? As you can see, we take all kinds here.

*I'm not even really sure why I'd put this on my blog. In keeping with "I'm paying attention to you, whatever you give me, Image Brain?" Did you know if you do that with any part of your brain–just sketch or sing into a voice recorder or write or whatever anything your brain gives you–did you know that if you do this, then your unconscious realizes you are paying attention, and it gives you more music or images or whatever to create? This is my experience. Caveat: this does not mean you should publish anything and everything your brain gives you ;) but if you do this, you may find yourself creating things you wish to publish.